Minutes of Ministry of Defence (MoD) meetings confirm the role of Britain’s Guardian newspaper as a mouthpiece for the intelligence agencies. by Thomas Scripps WSWS edited by O Society June 25, 2019 Last week, independent journalist Matt Kennard revealed the paper’s deputy editor, Paul Johnson, was personally thanked by the Defence and Security Media Advisory … Continue reading Guardian’s direct collusion with media censorship by secret services exposed
[reads from Goldstein's book]"In accordance to the principles of doublethink, it does not matter if the war is not real, or when it is, that victory is not possible. The war is not meant to be won. It is meant to be continuous. The essential act of modern warfare is the destruction of the produce … Continue reading Next Contestant, Iran: Meet America’s Permanent War Formula
by Matt Taibbi edited by O Society John Brennan and the CIA claim lives will be endangered if their work is declassified. This excuse only works so many times https://youtu.be/VuE_jqYNi3c “If I told you, I’d have to kill you.” It’s been a tired pop-cliché meme for ages. Way back in 2000, when Adam Garcia tried … Continue reading The Intelligence Community Needs a House Cleaning
How Many Damn Fucking Times Do I Have to Explain This? by Arthur Sibler Once Upon a Time... edited by O Society May 19, 2019 Please give your serious consideration to my profoundly upsetting personal dilemma. I am basically a serene, tranquil soul, trying my utmost best to navigate successfully (and serenely, and tranquilly) through … Continue reading How Many Times Do I Have to Explain This?
Surveillance capitalism is doing to human nature what industrial capitalism has done to our planet. LAUREN WALKER / TRUTHOUT by Eve Ottenberg Truthout edited by O Society April 12, 2019 For Google, Facebook, Twitter and their ilk, ad revenues are sacred. As Shoshana Zuboff observes in her new book, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, users are not tech companies’ … Continue reading Surveillance Capitalism Is Destroying Our Freedom and Our Intimacy
written by TD Duff from Tonka Bay, Minnesota edited by O Society https://youtu.be/r7imYeuAfkg My generation came of age in the late 1960s and '70s, at the apogee of a tumultuous time in American history. 1968 was the year we graduated from high school. On March 15, 1968, the Russian double agent spy Kim Philby’s book, … Continue reading Martin Luther King to William Barr: The Open Wounds of History
by Lissa Johnson New Matilda edited by O Society Mar 21, 2019 In the third of her special investigative series on Julian Assange, clinical psychologist Lissa Johnson sheds a little more light on the ways the world’s most consistently dishonest state co-opted so many otherwise intelligent people into shooting the messenger. Julian Assange is in … Continue reading The Psychology of Getting Julian Assange Part 3 – Wikileaks and Russiagate: Trust Us, We’re The CIA